hereby

[heer-bahy, heer-bahy]
adverb
1.
by this, or the present, declaration, action, document, etc.; by means of this; as a result of this: I hereby resign as president of the class.
2.
Obsolete, nearby.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English. See here, by

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hereby (ˌhɪəˈbaɪ)
 
adv
1.  (used in official statements, proclamations, etc) by means of or as a result of this
2.  archaic nearby

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Example sentences
Changes hereby don't necessarily mean upwards in times of higher demand or otherwise.
Any kook who is on my side holding up signs that advocate violence is hereby renounced.
We hereby request that you cancel the letter of credit referenced above.
Hereby the state have an account where it can transfer money to a citizen.
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